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    oh i will be printing it on A4 paper. really sorry for all the troubles

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    OK, I set layout1 tab up to print to A4 as a pdf. To print hard copy, you can either print the pdf after it is generated, or change the pdf plotter to your plotter name in the page set up manager.
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    Here is a picture with the things in red rectangles you need to choose in order to plot.
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    Oh my gosh thank you all really for helping me out, searched the entire internet but still was very lost. Thank you Dana W especially for taking the time to assist me in this! Oh and by the way what should i do the next time before drawing something like this but not getting the print scale wrong?

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    See post #22. I edited in the attachments. I clicked the submit button too soon the first time.

    Now, after you get this submitted, come back and feel free to ask anything about how to get these drawings done properly.
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    Oh i see i see, sorry i was a little late and didnt see this before my previous reply!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inyenzi View Post
    Oh my gosh thank you all really for helping me out, searched the entire internet but still was very lost. Thank you Dana W especially for taking the time to assist me in this! Oh and by the way what should i do the next time before drawing something like this but not getting the print scale wrong?
    If you are drawing in metric, start by opening the metric drawing template instead of the imperial template. The metric one is named acadiso.dwt, and the imperial template is acad.dwt. Then save the template right away as a dwg file named anything you wish.
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    Yeap i really do want to be proficient in autocad and hopefully i improve! Have a great day man!

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    Aites man, ive noted these down! thanks alot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inyenzi View Post
    Yeap i really do want to be proficient in autocad and hopefully i improve! Have a great day man!
    THX, no prob. Glad we can help.
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